As a Health Psychologist, Dr Emily Macvean connects the intrinsic but often undervalued link between physical and psychological wellbeing. She honours an individual's strength and trust with compassionate intervention programs. Individuals can then embody the life values they wish to live, especially when faced with ongoing challenges such as:

•       chronic or terminal illness
•       pain, weight or stress management
•       anxiety including health phobias
•       depression
•       body image
•       alcohol and other substance use
•       other specialised adjustment conditions such as organ transplantation.

Emily supports adults with these wide-ranging health and emotional concerns by using a flexible combination of evidenced-based therapies, including A.C.T, C.B.T, Interpersonal, Mindfulness, Graded Exposure and Somatic Psychotherapy. She is a Fellow of the College of Health Psychologists and has a strong understanding of health psychology, clinical psychology, attachment, physiology and neurology. Emily also has multidisciplinary team experience in hospital, university lecturing and community health settings. Medicare and Health Fund rebates are available.

For more on Emily go to: www.embodypsychology.com.au